Lakeside Arts
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Reopening Update

WELCOME BACK

Djanogly Gallery reopens from 17 October

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Reopening Update

MAT COLLISHAW

Exhibition reopens from 17 October
Advance booking required

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Keep exploring, learning and discovering more
and celebrate our collections and community

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Mat Collishaw
Exhibitions

Mat Collishaw

Saturday 17 October - Sunday 10 January
Djanogly Gallery

Mat Collishaw reveals the power of imagery to attract and repel as well as to deceive us.

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Cuckooed
Theatre & Dance

Cuckooed

Thursday 22 October
Other venues

A personal and timely tale that unearths what it means to be spied upon.

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OCTOBER HALF TERM

Monday 19 – Friday 30 October 

Enjoy a range of activities from online crafts and scary audio tales to activities inspired by our beautiful autumnal trees at Lakeside.

Stories & Features

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LAKESIDE AWARDED CULTURE RECOVERY FUND SUPPORT

We are delighted and relieved to announce that Lakeside Arts has been awarded £249,714 as part of the Government's £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund (CRF) to help face the many challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.

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MEET THE ARTIST: MAT COLLISHAW

Our exhibition in the Djanogly Gallery celebrates the work of Nottingham-born artist, Mat Collishaw. Having gotten his breakthrough exhibiting work in Damien Hirst’s infamous Freeze exhibition, Mat Collishaw is a key member of the Young British Artists.

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RE-FRAMING DANCE: CALL OUT FOR PRODUCERS

Re-Framing Dance is an action-research project that values the role of producer and enhance the current presentation of dance in the gallery. Dance4 and Nottingham's museums and visual arts sector are seeking three producers within their first 10 years of practice.

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